Every single piece of art is a form of expression, when examining a new art piece we should ask ourselves: “What is the artist trying to say?” or “Where does this feeling come from?”
Today, arts stimulate the audience and affect people by making them experience newfound emotions or providing an escape valve for them to get out of frustration during difficult times that they’re going through.
It’s hard to describe art, but when we see it we know it’s something beautiful that can be recognized as such by the entire community. Some people view art as an overvalued asset but that is not the true meaning of art.
When buying art you are supporting the artist and them expressing their creative vision via a creative outlet.
The digital art world evolves somewhat rapidly and expands to fit the futuristic design needs of digital artists, allowing art sleuths to locate digital content more easily.
Visual arts that have been created with the use of a computer are called digital art.
Generally, they are not recognized as pieces of art in galleries or other establishments where traditional forms of fine arts are found. But now, due to the use of virtual-reality technology and feature-length animations, many people have begun treating such types as pieces of expression in their own right.
Digital Art such as NFTs can be just as good as physical art and if not better at times depending on the creator.
The NFT Artist, Beeple, sold an NFT for $69.3 million proving once again that digital artwork is here to stay.
Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs) address the inefficiencies and trust problems present in digital ownership.
What are non-fungible tokens?
Non-fungible tokens, more commonly known as NFTs, provide the digitization of in-game property. They differ from a ‘fungible’ token type, which can be exchanged one to one with other tokens of the same type.
NFTs are indivisible as they do not exhibit a dual form that could allow for partial exchange; rather, they can only be traded on an all-or-nothing basis.